"I went through it all: the crackling sound of ice, the unearthly green-blue glow, the frost man's face and his final, shattered glass warning."
It has been quite some time since I read the first Evernight novel and I just had an inclination for some more YA supernatural fiction. It hits me at the oddest times.
In any case, it was time to travel back to the strange private school where vampires and humans attend side by side. The humans completely oblivious to the different species of their classmates.
There's more drama, a continuing love triangle hinted at in the first book and a new source of terror. Throw in terrorist style vampire killers and you might get a hint of what you are in for. An easy read with a steady pace, the requisite number of thrills and spills and a driving urge to see what transpires in the next volume. 4 out of 5 fangs for the memories.